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Eli Wallach, an early practitioner of method acting who made a lasting impression as the scuzzy bandit Tuco in "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," died Tuesday at the age of 98, the New York Times reported.Many critics thought his definitive role was Calvera, the flamboyant, sinister bandit chief in "The Magnificent Seven".Others preferred him in Sergio Leone's classic spaghetti Western "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" as Tuco, who was "the ugly," opposite Clint Eastwood.Wallach said it was his portrayal of the villain Mr. Freeze on the "Batman" television show of the 1960s that generated the most fan mail.
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